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Historical Performance Practice in Organ Playing - The Romantic Era

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Part 2. The Romantic Era. This edition: Paperbound. German title: Organ And Organ Playing In The Romantic. Methods. Book. 344 pages. Carus Verlag #CV 60.005/00. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.6000500).

Item Number: CA.6000500

ISBN 9790007107505. Language: English.

Volume 2 presents a detailed interpretation of the organ music of Germany and France between 1800 and 1930. With the Romantic style of composition there arose a change from the technical style of playing, characterized by the differentiated non-legato of the Baroque and Classic eras to a fundamental style of legato playing in the romantic era. In addition, between 1830 and 1845 the first truly "romantic" organs were constructed, through which their builders (primarily Walcker and Cavaille-Coll) opened up a completely new sound perspective to organists and composers alike. Jon Laukvik's Historical Performance Practice in Organ Playing has become a standard work. It is addressed to organists who wish to integrate the latest knowledge of historical performance practice into their playing today. The insights of this three-volume series are the result of practical and scholarly research which present to the performer in a detailed, easily understandable form a precise view of the customs and goals of performance in previous eras. These volumes are directed not only to organists, but also to organ teachers who are looking for a guide for use in their instruction.

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